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Reuters asks judge to release secret Propecia documents

13 Sep 2019

SAN FRANCISCO Reuters asked a U.S. judge on Thursday to unseal documents filed in court regarding potential risks associated with Propecia, Merck & Co's popular baldness drug.

Special Report: Court let Merck hide secrets about baldness drug's risks

11 Sep 2019

PARK CITY, Utah By the time Kelly Pfaff got home from driving her son to school that morning, it was too late. | Video

U.S. congressional panel to probe court secrecy

10 Sep 2019

SAN FRANCISCO A U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee will hear testimony this month about a lack of transparency in the federal courts, with a focus on judges who routinely keep important evidence secret at the public's expense.

U.S. congressional panel to probe court secrecy

09 Sep 2019

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 9 A U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee will hear testimony this month about a lack of transparency in the federal courts, with a focus on judges who routinely keep important evidence secret at the public's expense.

Ex-Google engineer indicted for stealing self-driving car secrets, pleads not guilty

28 Aug 2019

Anthony Levandowski, a pioneer in self-driving car technology, was criminally charged on Tuesday with stealing trade secrets from his former employer Google before joining rival Uber Technologies Inc . | Video

UPDATE 2-U.S. charges ex-Alphabet engineer with stealing self-driving car secrets

27 Aug 2019

Aug 27 The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday filed criminal charges accusing Anthony Levandowski, a former high-ranking engineer at Alphabet Inc, of stealing the company's self-driving car technology before joining rival Uber Technologies Inc.

U.S. judge orders Peru ex-president Toledo held in jail as extradition sought

19 Jul 2019

SAN FRANCISCO Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo, facing extradition from the United States as part of a corruption investigation, was deemed a flight risk by a U.S. judge on Friday and ordered held in jail.

Warriors ready new basketball stadium, fueled by tech dollars

16 Jul 2019

SAN FRANCISCO The Golden State Warriors are weeks from opening a sleek $1.5 billion sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco thanks largely to a years-long tech boom that made it financially feasible, the team's president said on Monday.

Special Report: How judges added to the grim toll of opioids

25 Jun 2019

By Benjamin Lesser, Dan Levine, Lisa Girion and Jaimi Dowdell

U.S. asylum seekers returned to Mexico despite fear claims under policy challenged in court

22 Mar 2019

SAN FRANCISCO/TIJUANA Two people from Central America seeking asylum in the United States were sent back across the border to Mexico on Thursday, despite their claims that a return to Mexico was too dangerous, as part of the first test of a controversial new Trump administration policy.

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